outdoors; hiking, camping, canoeing, cross country
skiing, downhill skiing, snowshoeing, and more.
Our trips are on weekends or during school vacations,
single days or the whole weekend depending on the trip
and the people going on it. Most of our trips are
to nearby upstate New York but we go as far as
New Hampshire and Maine occasionally. All
students prepared to participate are welcome; all
of the costs are reasonable with no charges for hikes. We
have recently changed our name to the more descriptive
"Outdoor Club" from the "Outing Club" so there may be
some old links still around using the old
name. If you can't make the meetings
and want to go on any trip, contact the person indicated
in the description on our Trip
Listings page for details of meeting time and
place, what to bring, etc.
Subscribe to the e-mail notification service by using the box at the lower left. This Club is sponsored with student activities funds through the Student Government Association (SGA) and Faculty-Student Association (FSA).
to bring hiking
(including info.on boots)
Lyme Disease (Ticks) Info
Facebook: facebook.com /groups/nccoutdoor
Summer job announcements
Most Recent pictures
(We're way behind in posting; try facebook page, above.)
Harriman Pk Trail Maint 10/26/13
Harriman Park, 7/7/13
Bear Mountain 1/5/13
pictures of T-shirt & office
Trip Listings and pictures:
corrections, etc: contact Webmaster (at) nccoutdoor.org.
|Virtual meetings every Thursday,
for meeting. The Club office may also be used
for meetings, as announced. (room 304 of the old Student
Union, "U" building). We have permission for
outdoor activities which can assure proper social
distancing, conditions permitting.
Please sign up as a member at ncc.campuslabs.com. (search for OUTING)
(click on trip for more information)
Membership is by signing up on ncc.campuslabs.com
SPRING 2021 Contacts:
Background photo: Shwangunks, Winter Sun over Dickie Barre, Copyright © 1999 G. Steve Jordan Photography; https://www.mohonkimages.com/
on the various trip web pages are all copyright by their
respective photographers and may not be reproduced in
any way without permission.
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